"WHY DO WE HAVE TO CARE ABOUT /WOMEN/ AND, UGH, A TEENAGE /GIRL/, AND NOT THESE INCREDIBLY MASCULINE BUFF MANDALORIANS WHO ARE ALL MEN AND LEAD THEIR PEOPLE TO ANNIHILATION AND ONLY KNOW HOW TO FIGHT AND FUCK AND ARE THE REAL MEANING OF BADASS?"
except that one. that one is a stupid fucking question. never open your mouth again.
Concept: Education worldwide teaches the acceptance of all ethical relationship types- both monogamous and non, queer and hetero- people are happy and free to identify as they wish and are supported in their journey to becoming comfortable in their own skin.
Kyla is really so fucking gorgeous and she holds so much talent. She’s fucking 15 years old. Y’all really get off on treating a child like this?? Because that’s what she is. No matter if she’s an idol or not, she’s a damn child. She went through a lot at a young age and she deserves praise and support at this time in her life. Istg I hate you nasty hate mongering fucks. Just say you hate beauty and leave.
i thought about this one in particular as i was heading out.
Wanda Maximoff has had a pretty fucked up life - which isn’t to say that other superheroes haven’t, but it seems whenever Wanda picks herself back up, something comes to kick the ground out from underneath her, and she has to rebuild all over again - often, seemingly, by herself. her personality often tends to have her introverted, even when stepping up to the plate and taking the lead on a team or a mission. she can often keep to herself, and, for good or ill, tries to work out things inside of herself on her own. a hero who dives inwards instead of outwards.
for Wanda, i would make a slower paced comic that is deeply focused on character and internal conflicts, with a few key themes: rebuilding the self and struggling against depression, what our families are and what they mean to us if anything, and what do you do as a middle aged superhero.
the basic premise is this: wanda acknowledges that she has a lot of weight on her shoulders, and a lot of things on her mind, some or even much of it toxic and draining, and, increasingly, doesn’t feel like she has any kind of rock or stable ground to rely on. and that if she doesn’t start rebuilding again, if she doesn’t start reaching out for someone to support her, the days where she feels like she can’t get out of bed, for lack of energy, or for a growing dislike of herself, are just going to get more common and more intense. and finding places in the Avengers, a group that is more and more on constant missions and having very little downtime, to let this stress out and unshield herself, is getting rarer.
so Wanda decides to build her own support group. a place where she can speak honestly about what’s troubling her, and working out all the fears or dislike swirling around in her stomach and mind, in an attempt to get stronger, to build back up, and, hopefully, not have the ground kicked out from underneath her again. a place for superheroes with problems that can’t be solved by punching, and where they can talk about it, talk about themselves.
the long-term arc is Wanda working through these doubts, anxieties, fears, hate, and even outright depression. bit by it, arc by arc, gathering that strength and support to be better again. like i said, this would be a slower paced, more character focused story. less push on plot and action, more on character development and dialog. fitting for Wanda, i think.